"The Boy Meets World Tour" should be a big production.
Drake's Summer 16 tour recently set was reported to be the highest-grossing rap tour of all time last week, and it seems he has big ambitions for his upcoming UK stint as well. Unfortunately, the production is so "spec[tac]ular," it's seeing some "unforeseen production setbacks."
According to a statement from Drake's management, shows in Glasgow, London and Amsterdam have been affected. The reasoning for the delay is due to some "incredible" new additions to the show.
"Drake wanted to create a special experience for fans in Europe and the UK so he added some incredible new features to an already spec[tac]ular production," reads the statement. "Unfortunately due to unforeseen production it will need a little more time to be ready. Drake can’t wait to see all his fans so he can deliver an amazing and memorable experience."
The concerts that were to take place at Glasgow's SSE Hydro Arena on January 25th and January 26th, have bee moved to March 22nd and 23rd, while the London show has moved from January 28th to March 20th.
Drake's upcoming project (or "playlist," as he's been calling it) More Life is due out in early 2017.